It is oil and carbon build up on the butterfly on the fuel injection system that causes the gas pedal to stick or hang closed. It happens on my 2001 Tahoe about once a year. This is a simple repair. There is a large rubber air cleaner hose from the air cleaner box to the intake manifold on the engine. There is a metal clamp that holds the rubber hose on the intake manifold. Loosen that clamp. Remove the rubber hose from the intake by pull to the front of the vehicle. Open the butterfly valve that allows air into the engine. Clean all the carbon and grease inside the the intake opening and around the butterfly where it touches when closed. If your rub you finger in inside the opening you will feel it gummy and it will be very greasy. Clean with solvent or just with a dry rag. This will solve problem for about a year to 18 months.
ab the above the e-brake peddle
Yes, I have a 2000 Tahoe and it has a removable third row.
schematic on cabin air filter for a 2000 chevy tahoe 5.7 L
NO. Not even close to being the same. Nothing under the year 2000 will fit anything above 2000.
I had the same problem, on top of the brake peddle there is a switch that you have to replace, it is pretty clear with a flashlight, It knows when the peddle goes down, in my car it was white.
NO it will not bolt up to the transmission in the 2000 model.
drive it into a lake
You can remove the dome light, in your 2000 Chevy Tahoe, by inserting a small screwdriver into the locking slot. Gently pry downward with the screwdriver.
Which engine? 5.7liter vortec
a/c delco only.
There is none.
Consult the owners manual.
No they will not fit, Tahoe is 6 lug and navigator is 5 lug.
After Diff'rent Strokes When the Laughter Stopped - 2000 TV was released on: USA: 16 May 2000
The Snow - 2000 was released on: USA: 8 April 2000 (Tahoe International Film Festival)
Yes, It's the samething.
Check fuse and/or relay.
Approximately .067 gallons to the mile.
That would be the 4L60E transmission